Monday, August 15, 2022

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Prom is back!

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Prom 2022 is an all-out “go!”

The Chronicle reached out to area schools. After mostly straight-out cancellations in 2020 and modified if any events in 2021, things are upbeat now.

Glens Falls: May 21 at the Q

Glens Falls High School’s Junior Prom is Saturday, May 21, 6 to 11 p.m. in The Gold Room and Ballroom at the Queensbury Hotel. “We are so …

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Edward Herlihy, Glens Falls native, has key role in pro golf mega battle

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

With large investors trying to create a lucrative pro golf league featuring the world’s biggest names, New York City attorney Edward Herlihy, a Glens Falls native, is in the thick of international intrigue, reports the New York Post.

The Professional Golfers Association pretty much has a lock on pro golf in the U.S., but a fund owned by the government of Saudi Arabia is trying …

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Some bottle return shops seek NYS hike in handling fee

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Owners of some bottle and can redemption centers in New York say they are in dire need of an immediate increase in the handling fee they receive.

“New York Legislators have failed the New York Bottle Bill,” headlined an ad that a Malone returnable bottle business took out in the Feb. 13 Times-Union.

The Chronicle phoned the business that placed the ad.

“My partner …

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LG’s $24-million wastewater treatment plant up & running

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Mayor Bob Blais organized a “photo op” Tuesday for Lake George Village’s new $24.6-million wastewater treatment plant.

Mayor Blais told the half-dozen media members, “The purpose of this today, we wanted to let people know that the plant, even though everything is not done from the exterior if you go by on the Northway, the plant is operational, working well and protecting our gorgeous lake.”…

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HF Cheer to NY Championships in its first competitive season

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

The Hudson Falls Varsity Cheerleading squad heads to Rochester Institute of Technology Saturday for the NYSPHAA Competitive Cheerleading Championships.

“I’m excited,” third year Coach Trishia Ten Eyck, told The Chronicle. “This is the first competitive season ever of Hudson Falls…To make it to states is a huge accomplishment.

“It’s like school history! The school’s never been.”

Coach Ten Eyck, who teaches physical education in …

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